3 Oct 2012
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Buss Farm nearby Ashford in Kent has a private, grave garden during a behind of a categorical residence “where a Larkins were filmed enjoying their family meals”
The plantation where a Darling Buds of May TV array was filmed in Kent has been put on a marketplace for £1.35m.
Roger Holmes, who has lived during a home in Bethersden for 40 years, says he has to sell for financial reasons.
Grade II listed Buss Farm, finish with 20 acres of land, a block kiln oast and Tudor barn, is being sole by estate representative Madeleine Rose.
It was a unchanging film set from 1990-93 for a uncover set in a 1950s starring David Jason and Catherine Zeta-Jones.
The Darling Buds of May launched a career of Catherine Zeta-Jones
Estate representative Ms Rose said: “It evokes all sorts of memories for people, and to indeed put that into something they could live in and make a home for a family, extended family or even to rise generally, arrange of brings a special something that not each skill has.”
The TV array dramatised a adventures of a large, boisterous Larkin family.
The property’s selling states there is a some-more formal, private garden during a behind of a farmhouse “where a Larkins were filmed enjoying their family meals”.
Mr Holmes, whose relatives also lived during a farm, said: “We’ve been here so many years and you’ve got to travel away, though that’s life.”
He recalls David Jason seeking him about a automobile he was restoring during a time and “other distractions like Catherine Zeta-Jones walking adult and down a drive”.
The plantation and surrounding area around Pluckley has been a event for revolutionary fans of a strike ITV array formed on a novels by H E Bates.
It starred David Jason as “Pop” Larkin, Pam Ferris as “Ma” Larkin and Catherine Zeta Jones as their daughter Mariette.
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